New album from the Firdaus Ensemble group.
The name of the group is inspired by the Arabic word al-Firdaus with which the highest place in paradise is designated, both the word paradise and firdaus come from Persian and mean a closed garden. The intercultural origin of the group’s name reflects its character since its musicians come from different countries.
- Safa 7:52
- Al-Madha 6:08 li>
- Al-Fiji 5:47 li>
- Ya Aŷmal al-Anbiya ‘7:33
- Lute Taqsim 2:57
- Ya Imam ar-Rusli 3:38 li>
- Celtic salawat 6:09 li>
- Recitation of Quran 3:26
- Atainaka bil-faqri 6:23
- Tadiqu bina ad-dunia 5:45 li>
- Darat bi-maŷla 6:12
Description of songs. strong>
Prayer that invokes some of the Beautiful Names of God in a musical composition of its own. p>
“Oh Allah! You who are Merciful and Compassionate have mercy on us … “
Aljamiada Elegy of Moorish origin (16th century) in honor of the Prophet Muhammad (saws) over a traditional Andalusian melody
“Señor feç tu assala * sobre’él
ifesnos love with him
take us out in their flock
jus la senya of Muhammad ”
* From Arabic: blessing.
Mystical Zéjel attributed to the Sufi Abu Wahib Bahlul (9th century) on different Andalusian musical modes.
“I am a servant of a powerful Lord who makes difficult things easy”
Moaxaja of elegy to Prophet Muhammad (saws) on an Ottoman instrumental composition (uşşak samai).
“The most beautiful among the Envoys, the most perfect among the pure,! O Seal of the Prophets!
How sweet you are to my heart! “
5- Taqsim Oud
Improvisation of an arabic lute in maqam bayati. Yusuf Mezghildi
6- Ya Imam ar-Rusli
Moaxaja of praise to the Prophet Muhammad (saws) of the Sudanese Shaykh p>
Abd ar-Rahim al-Bur’i (20th century) on a traditional Syrian melody in maqam bayati.
Oh Imam of the Prophets! You are my support and source of confidence. You who open the way to Allah, in this life and in the next, take me by your hand ”
7- Celtic Salawat
Prayer for Prophet Muhammad (saws) in a personal musical composition on a traditional Celtic theme.
8- Recitation of the Quran
Sura of the Cave (18: 106-110) Ali keeler p>
9- Atainaka bil-faqri
Mystical poem attributed to the Andalusian Sufi Abu al-Hasan al-Shushtari (Guadix, 13th century) on a traditional Syrian melody. Instrumental arrangements: Salma Vives
“In a state of poverty we come to You, who are the source of all wealth and never stop providing us”
10- Tadiqu bina ad-dunia
Mawwal in maqam istihlal interpreting a mystical poem attributed to the Andalusian Sufi Abu Madyan (Cantillana 12th century). Solo voices: Omar Benlamlih and Abdul Hamid Ajban.
“When you are absent from our side, the world oppresses us, and our souls abandon us in pursuit of what they long for”
11- Darat bi-maŷla strong>
Mystical poetry on a composition by Sayyid Darwish (Egypt 19th century)
“In a glass brighter than the sun, the red wine of intimacy spun, giving new life to the spirits”